Letter, Jeanette Dunseith to the Carolina Political Union, 14 May 1937, Philadelphia, Penn.
Postmaster General Farley's speech to the CPU.
The Carolina Political Union received this letter after Postmaster General Farley’s visit and speech in support of court-packing. The writer expresses concern regarding Farley’s “threatening speech,” and questions why the event was allowed to occur at UNC when a North Carolina senator had expressed opposition to court-packing.
Frank C. P. McGlinn papers #4685, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
14 May 1937
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